So I finally got a Ruthie Knox after hearing so much about her everywhere.

I was not disappointed, it was funny, sexy and very well written! Oh and how gorgeous is this cover!!

I salute Ruthie for making a ‘Neville’ SEXY and I love that this time, for once, the girl is the one with the tattoos and the majority of emotional hang ups!! A refreshing change.

I loved both Cath and City. Their romance was HOT’n sexy, different, surprising but felt very real.

Cath has been dealt a pretty tough hand in life. However, rather than letting it break her, she has almost turned a corner, making sure she will never forget. Saying that though, it’s as if she is trying to mask who she is as a punishment for past sins. She is intensely focused on making up for all of her mistakes. I felt quite sorry for her at times but mostly I have to say I admired her.

Now Nev, *sigh*, he was LUSH!! A man trapped by family and expectations unable to live his life as he wants out in the open. Instead he lives it in the confines of his own home with his true dream in life.

As opposed to Cath who is running from her past, City is running from his life in general.

Together they work. They shouldn’t because of expectations but they do. Nev typically dates women his Mum would approve of, these are not women like Cath. Cath on the other hand normally dates bad boys, men that won’t hurt her heart by falling in love with them. Men that are not at all like Nev.

So yes I really enjoyed this story…my only negative is that it was over too quickly. The ending felt slightly rushed. I wanted more!!!

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